In-House Instruction and Facilitation
One model of in-house instruction that has been proven to be effective is scheduling one-on-one meetings with classroom teachers during their scheduled prep time. This model provides a non-threatening approach to teacher learning in a space and timeframe that is favorable to their schedule. From our experience, a teacher is more likely to ask tech-related questions in a safe environment. It also allows us to collaborate more effectively about upcoming projects and discuss grade-level curriculum for tech integration.
However, given that all instruction cannot be served in a 1:1 model, we also have group workshops as well. Below are two examples of facilitated workshops and trainings that we did with our teachers based on interests and skill level. The first presentation was based on teacher interests in a variety of tech resources. The second document is a skill level assessment for opting into two levels of training on Google Apps for Education.
Here is a skills task that helped teachers self-select into a Google Apps for Education training workshops.